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Western Canadian natural gas shipments to Eastern Canada have fallen as cheaper U.s. shale producers have displaced them in recent years. New gas pipelines connecting energy-hungry central Canada to U.S. shale basins of Marcellus and Utica could further erode western Canadian producers' market share, leaving TransCanda west-to-east mainline with excess capacity.


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